The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 2, 1965 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 2, 1965
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8-Algona (lo.) Upp*r Des MolnM Thursday, September 2, 1965 BRUCE McCULI.OUGH, son of Mr. andMrs.Roliort McCullough, will lenvp Sunday for Storm Lako, wlicro he Is enrolled in Rupn.1 Vista College. Mary Janice Arndorfer St. Benedict Bride, Aug. 28 Mary Janice Arndorfer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence W. Arndorfer of Algona, became the bride of Roger Eugene Hayungs of Garner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Claus Hayungs, in a ceremony performed Aug. 28, at 10:30 a. m. by Father Nicholas Ruba, in the St. Benedict Catholic church. The double ring ceremony was witnessed by 150 guests. Attending the bride were Connie Arndorfer as maid of honor, Carol Arndorfer as bridesmaid, Brenda Hayungs as flower girl and Brian Hayungs as ringbearer. The bridegroom was attended by Richard Rockwood, as best man and Ernist Hayungs as groomsman. Kenneth Arndorfer and Larry Hayungs were ushers, and Charles Arndorfer and Thomas Arndorfer were acolytes. Mrs. Bob Eischen was organist. The bride wore a floor length gown in white imported rayon organza over taffeta, with a fitted bodice with a center rise at the waistline edged In grape designed Venlse lace, scooped V neckline also edged with lace, long tapered sleeves extending to points at the wrists. Her skirt was bell shaped with a detachable train, edged In lace. Her veil was waist length and of pure illusion veiling held by a crown of pearls and aurora borealls. A wedding reception in the K. C. hall hero followed from 2 to 4 p.m. Sondra Schleuger and Barbara Boesen of Forest City and Waterloo were in charge of the guest book, and Mrs. Larry Hayungs and Mrs. Forrest DeFrance, of Garner and Marshalltown, cut the cake. Mrs. Ernist Hayungs- and Mrs. Arnold Arndorfer, Clear Lake and St. Benedict, poured. Gifts were in charge of Joyce Arndorfer, Joyce Karstems, Mrs. Ronald Rosenmeyer and Mrs. James Rosenmeyer. • Table waitresses were Stella Preuschl, Karen Seller, Mrs. Ray Brcka and Marilyn Stoffel. The bride is a graduate of Garrigan high school here and St. Joseph School of Nursing, Mason City. The bridegroom is a graduate of Garner high, Mason City Junior College, and is employed by Walnut Grove In Grlnnell, where the young couple will make their home. (Art Reynolds Photo) AROUND ALGONA ;illlllllllllllllllllii,miiillllllllllll|l|IIIIIIIH^ BY RUTH SHIERK DAVID HUTCHINS, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hutchins, left Monday to go to Whitewater, Wise, where he will be head resident at the state college. He was accompanied by his brother, Richard, who will attend Drake University, where he is enrolled in the pharmacy course. The Hutchins family spent last week at Okoboji. ENTRIES FOR round robin bridge play, sponsored by St. Ann Auxiliary will be accepted until tomorrow (Fri.) Those interested in playing this season may call Mrs. John Snere or Mrs. Phil Diamond. Foursomes meet in homes, with hostesses taking turns entertaining. Members contribute 50 cents each time they play, with proceeds going for a project for the hospital. No money prizes will be given this year, play starts in October and continues through May. RAY ERPELDING, son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Erpelding, will be a student this fall at St. John's College, Collegeville, Minn. MARY ANN COLE, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Cole, has left for New Hampton where she began her third year of teaching Monday. MRS. JACKIE MULLER and her mother, Mrs. Laing, were In first place in duplicate bridge at the last session. In second place, Don Prieskorn and Dean Kinsman; third, Delia and Edith Welter. Next play will take place Sept. 6, starting at 7:45 p. m. at the Legion hall. BOB MARTIN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Martin, will leave next Thursday for Cedar Falls where he is enrolled in State College of Iowa. His parents plan to take him to school. RICHARD FEASTER, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Feaster, will attend State College of Iowa and will go to Cedar Falls next week. WEEKEND GUESTS of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Everds were their son, Mr. and Mrs. David Everds and Susan of Allison. Dave participated and won the championship flight in the golf tournament Sunday. RECENT OVERNIGHT guests of Mr 4 and Mrs. Don Hutchison were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carroll and six children of Pittsburg, Penn. They also visited relatives in DesMoines. Charles is the younger brother of John Carroll, former Algona attorney. The men are nephews of Mrs. Hutchison. WEEKEND guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Milder were Mr. and Mrs. Peck Lasha and family of Cedar Rapids. WEEKEND GUESTS of Mr.and Mrs. Harry Greenberg were Dr. and Mrs. Bert Stitzel of Cedar Rapids. MR. AND MRS. Alfred Halui are visiting relatives in Germany. They left recently by plane from Mason City and are to visit Mr. Halm's mother, Mrs. Gertrude Halm near Munich and Mrs. Halm's mother, Mrs. Clara Walewski near Hamburg. They will also visit other relatives In Germany whom they haven't seen since they came to America ten years ago. Their eldest daughter, Rosalee, Mrs. Robert Olson of Ventura, has had her three brothers and sisters with her in Ventura for the past two weeks and is now here with them since school started. Her husband spent the weekend here and will visit again over Labor Day weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Halm will remain in Germain- for another four weeks or so. MARLENE GADE, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Gade, a private nurse in Los Angeles, has been visiting her family and friends in the area. Last veek she visited a sister, Mrs. Helen Hays in Newton, for several days. She will go to Chicago Monday to visit. Jerry Gade was married Sunday ii# Hampton to Beverly Bachrnan. The Hugo Gade family from Algona attended the wedding. MRS. DON NELSON is program chairman for the 25tli anniversary of the WSCS, which will meet for a one o'clock luncheon at the Methodist church today (Thurs.) Charter memlwrs will be honored. MARILYN HARMS, daughter of Mr. and Mrs,George Harris, will leave next week to go to Cedar Falls, where she Is enrolled In State College of Iowa. SALLY STEKLE, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William F. Steele, vvill leave next Saturday for Cedar Falls, where she Is a student at State College of Iowa. MARILYN SIMPSON, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Gregson, left Wednesday for Belmond where she will again be teaching. Meetings started the next day, and school started Monday. Marilyn recently returned from a European tour. MR. AND MRS. Dean Parrott and Judy and Marne returned Friday after spending a week In Mystic, where they visited Mrs, Parrott'smother, Mrs.Gil- bert Porter. Saturday, the family attended a reunion of the Parrott family at Fort Dodge, where they joined Mr. Parrott's father, George Parrott and other members of the family. Judy Parrott will leave Thursday to enter State College of Iowa at Cedar Falls where she has spent two days in orientation. Weekend guests of the Parrotts were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Curley and family of Cedar Rapids. MARY MISBACH, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lelghton Misbach, will leave Tuesday for Iowa City, where she will be a senior in the University. With a major in education, Mary attended summer classes. She is a member of Tri- Delt sorority. MR. AND MRS. Matt Weydert accompanied their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John Thul on their vacation trip to the Black Hills, So. Dak., and Yellowstone National Park. THE FIRST meeting of Cresco Mothers and Daughters club will be held Sept. 8 with Mrs. Douglas Wildln, Peg Wlldln assisting. THE UNION township Mothers and Daughters club will have the first meeting of their new year at the home of Julia Taylor in Algona, Sept. 9. Assisting hostesses are Katherine Bacon and Mary Gisch. Mrs. Randall Clark has the program . Theme for this year's program is "The Challenge of Change." HENRY (HANK) SEILER has been transferred to Charles City where he has taken over the duties of manager of Jacob E. Decker hog buying station. The family moved to Charles City on Monday. MR. AND -MRS. Marvin Kramer drove to Rochester Tues. for Mrs. Kramer's annual checkup. While at Rochester they stayed with Mrs, George Lynaugh, cousin of Mr. Kramer. On Wed. they drove to Owaton- na and Waseca to visit Mr. and Mrs. John Kramer, uncle and aunt of Mr. Kramer and also several cousins. They returned home Thursday, Aug. 29, Mr. andMrs. Kramer were pleasantly surprised on ther 15th anniversary by relatives who brought dinner. Those participating In the surprise were Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Eischeid and Merlin of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Herl«rt Knecht and family of Charles City, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Kramer ofLlv- ermore, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Marso and family of West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Kramer and family and Mrs. Susie Kramer of Bode. VISITORS AUG. 28 at the Rol>ert Wegener home In Whittemore, and who attended the West Bend wedding of Colleen Burgess and David Wegener, were Mr. and Mrs. James Brua of Lake Mills, Carl Klllman of Rippey, Mrs. Helen Fuller, Mr. andMrs. Ornle Benson and daughters, and Mary Cregan, all of Minneapolis, and Edward Sweere of Mankato. Mrs. Rose Slgsbee also stopped In with Mrs. Fred Wegener. ROYAL NEIGHBOR Lodge will meet Sept. 13, Monday, in the Izaak Walton League room. The Rebekah Lodge will meet Sept. 14, at the same place, with a potluck supper planned at 6:30. MR. AND MRS. Dennis Waller returned Sunday from a honeymoon trip into Canada, and left Tuesday for Des Moines, where they will live. Tom Waller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Russ Waller, left Monday for Des Moines to report for fall football at Drake University, where he lettered last year at quarterback. HOSPITAL NEWS August 24 - Births: Mr. and Mrs. Roger Jutting, Algona, boy, 5 Ibs., 11 oz.; Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Buscher, Algona, boy. August 25 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. John Harms, Burt, girl, 8 Ibs. 3 oz.; dismissed: Mrs. Margaret Fox, Bancroft.' August 26 - Admitted: James Long, Lone Rock, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Donald McCleish and baby, Bancroft; Peter Mertz, Ottosen; Mrs. Elizabeth Mertz, West Bend; Paul filbert, Lu- Verne. August 27 - Admitted: Jane Krause, medical; dismissed: Kathleen Blair, West Bend; Anna Muller, Whittemore. August 28 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Grein, LuVerne, boy, 8 Ibs., 10 1/2 oz.; admitted: Mrs. Anna Cink, Wesley, medical; Philip Bode, Algona, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Roger Jutting and baby, Algona; Maybelle Becker, Algona. August 29 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Tigges, Burt, boy, 7 Ibs., 11 1/2 oz.; admitted: Mrs. Dolores Vaske, Bancroft, medical; Keith Broesder, Algona, T & A; dismissed: Mrs. John Harms and baby, Burt; Robert Lucey, Mrs. Ronald Buscher and baby, Wade Hanson, Algona; Leslie Banwart, West Bend. August 30 - Admitted: Frank Kern, Algona, medical; Mrs. Amanda Kohlhaas, Irvington, medical; dismissed: GaryRoch- leau, Algona. ...THE BEST OF THE OLD WITH THE NEW Can "period" furniture be blended with today's designs? Some of the best contemporary settings show a trend to mellowing asture designs with the softer lines and ornamentation of true period pieces . , . reflect ing the past and present with a hint of the future. Adding a few well-clioosen pieces such as Regency, Georgian, Federal or Mediterranean types create "that decorator touch" with high fashion discrimination. Our talented interior decorut'»- can help (at no charge to you I create rooms of contemporary elegance. 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